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Author(s): Arnaud Lambert
The third edition of Humans Unmasked is intended to provide students with an engaging introduction to the discipline of cultural anthropology as a distinct way to understand people in societies around the world and why they do the things they do. Students will explore how people make a living in very different (sometimes hostile) environments, how they organize themselves into various groups, how they communicate with one another, and how they make sense of the world around them.
Author(s): Ron Gaines
The Accidence of Anatomy contains the core essentials of a stand-alone sophomore-level human anatomy course. It is aligned with learning objectives established by the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and designed to create competent students who will be nationally-competitive for admission to health-care programs. To minimize cost to students, it is intended for use with an anatomy text (Figure references are to Marieb, Wilhelm, & Mallatt Human Anatomy 8e).
Author(s): Robert Rex Welshon, Patrick Yarnell , Lorraine Marie Arangno
A Critical Thinking Workbook: Formal and Informal Reasoning communicates the necessity of organized and structured thinking and writing in students’ lives.
Author(s): Conrad B. Quintyn
Human Origins: An Introduction is a textbook geared towards undergraduate freshmen anthropology majors and non-majors. Generally, it will give all majors a basic foundation in biological anthropology and prepare them for further studies in human evolution.
Author(s): Linda Dawn Lukas
This practically focused textbook cuts through the fluff to cover the core skills and knowledge needed for effective reading and writing. With chapters on the writing process, paragraphs, evaluating and incorporating research results, the structure of arguments, and the rhetorical patterns of development, students have effective, scaffold instruction in all the basic elements of reading and composition at a college level.
Author(s): William E Montgomery, Andres Tijerina
In a strong narrative voice, Building a Democratic Nation: A History of the United States to 1877, Volume 1 tells stories of culture wars, nation building, freedom struggles, economic transformations, racial and ethnic pride, idealistic aspiration, human and environmental degradation, and technological advancement - just some of the many facets of American history.